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Re: [textualcriticism] Re: Boernerianus

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  • Larry Swain
    I m actually curious about the Matthew commentary at the back of the manuscript. Does anyone know if any work on it has been done? Larry Swain ... --
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      I'm actually curious about the Matthew commentary at the back of the manuscript. Does anyone know if any work on it has been done?

      Larry Swain
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      >
      > > I'm intrigued by the introductory pages of Boernerianus, but haven't
      > > been able to find a description of what they contain. The script and
      > > style is so different from the text of the Paulines that it doesn't
      > > appear to have been in the same hand.
      >
      > It's not. It's a later commentary (On 2nd Timothy). The back pages
      > are also filled with a commentary (Matthew). According to Dr
      > Reichardt, there appears to be an attempt to modify the end of the
      > codex, possible to remove the letter to the Laodicians. (though my
      > translation from german could be flawed).
      >
      >
      > The "Vorbericht" to facsimile of the Boernerianus
      > (http://www.csntm.org/Manuscripts/GA%20012/ images 012_005.jpg to
      > 012_024.jpg) has a lot of information in german. My attempt at an
      > English translation is available here: (
      > https://aries.relyeahome.org/mss/boernerianus ). The .odt is an
      > open office format (open office is available for free down load
      > from the open office website
      > http://download.openoffice.org/2.3.1/index.html) is the original
      > (since Microsoft products do not run on my OS). The .doc is a
      > Microsoft Word doc written from open office. The .pdf is an adobe
      > Acrobat file, also written from open office).
      >
      > bob
      > << smime.p7s >>

      >


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